Paper 1 - Tom Marler Paper 1 BIO 110 Oct. 25, 2009...

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Tom Marler Paper 1 BIO 110 Oct. 25, 2009 Scientific Method Do you know the steps that are involved in the scientific method, or why this method is so important? Do you know how to distinguish the difference between science and non science subjects? Understanding this will help explain why scientific theories are so important in comprehending science in the world we live in today. I believe using the scientific method is an excellent way in proving scientific theories because it is based off of factual information collected from various researchers. Scientists use observations, hypotheses, experiments and conclusions when implementing the scientific method. They use these steps to gain new knowledge when performing scientific analysis on studies of life (PG 11). The reason why the scientific method is so valuable is because it uses factual data that is based off scientific research to determine science from non science subjects. The data recorded is not manipulated by religion, personal belief or ethical conclusion, but on facts alone (PG 11). Besides producing scientific theories it can be used on a daily basis to solve problems such as a broken down vehicle.
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2010 for the course BIO BIO 110 taught by Professor Johnhall during the Spring '10 term at Columbia College.

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Paper 1 - Tom Marler Paper 1 BIO 110 Oct. 25, 2009...

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